Bounce Houses and Trampoline Parks for Long Island Kids
If you find your high-energy kids are bouncing off the walls, it might be time to head to one of the many bounce houses and trampoline parks on Long Island.
From inflatable slides to obstacle courses and high-flying trampolines, these play spaces are great ways for kids to work off their energy and have some indoor fun when it’s too hot, cold, or wet to play outdoors. Whether you’re looking for an impromptu bouncing session or want to schedule a birthday party, most of these venues offer a variety of play options. Just be sure to check out their websites for all the specifics.
The sky might be the limit at these venues, but be advised that most of them require socks and some require completed parental waivers before participating.
Bounce Houses and Trampoline Parks in Nassau
1. Active Kidz Long Island – Jericho
In addition to laser tag, rock climbing, and an arcade center, this venue has a separate room with giant inflatables, including a maze, obstacle course, ball pool, and more. There’s also Aeroball, a trampoline game that combines basketball and volleyball.
Enjoy glow-in-the-dark bouncing at Bounce! Trampoline Sports.
2. Bounce! Trampoline Sports – Syosset
Inside this large trampoline park, you’ll find toddler town, a separate space for kids 6 and younger that offers foam pits, inflatables, and a trampoline court. Open-bounce time for kids (and adults), toddler times, trampoline dodge ball, birthday parties, and more are available at this location.
3. Empire Adventure Park – Westbury
We're adding this to our list as a coming attraction. With more than 36,000 square feet of fun is getting ready to open up this year at Samanea Mall. Long Island's newest indoor park will feature trampolines, a ninja obstacle course, a ropes course and more. There will even be a dedicated toddler zone.
4. LI Laser Bounce – Levittown
In addition to its laser tag parties, this spot also has a large bounce arena, complete with inflatable obstacle courses, and a ballocity arena. It is available for open-play sessions and birthday parties.
Explore with friends at Pump It Up.
4. Pump It Up – Great Neck
There is plenty to do at Pump It Up, including open jump, glow jump, bubble jump, camp programs, and birthday parties. The Occupational Therapy Sensory Jump Program is suitable for children with special needs.
Bounce Houses and Trampoline Parks in Suffolk
5. Flight Adventure Park – Ronkonkoma
Formerly Air Trampoline Sports,this large indoor park has more than 16,000 square feet of trampoline space divided into sections. There is a slam-dunk basketball court, freestyle, and dodgeball area. Activities include open jump, toddler time, birthday parties, and dedicated time for children with special needs.
6. Safari Adventure – Riverhead
Kids ages 1-10 love to play on Kilimanjaro, the large, four-level playground at this fun, East End venue. There is plenty of space to bounce and slide, plus an arcade room, and toddler zone. Open-play sessions, camp programs, birthday parties, and a snack bar are all available.
Reach for the stars at Sky Zone's two Suffolk locations.
7. Sky Zone Trampoline Park – Deer Park
This expansive indoor park includes a sports court with trampolines. For older kids, there’s freestyle jump, Ultimate Dodgeball, and fitness classes. The younger set can enjoy toddler time, sky camp, sensory-friendly sessions, and more.
8. Urban Air Adventure Park – Lake Grove, Dix Hills
In addition to various trampoline attractions, the Lake Grove location has a sky ropes course, coaster, bumper cars and more. The Dix Hills location is set to open soon.
9. White Post Farms – Melville
While you might think of White Post Farms as merely a petting zoo, in the summer it dedicates an entire section to inflatable bouncers. There are also water bouncers for kids to make a splash. The bouncers are open, weather permitting, Wednesdays through Sundays during the summer months and are included with admission.
10. Xplore Family Fun Center – Port Jefferson Station, Commack
Kids enjoy inflatable slides, multiple obstacle courses, a soft-floor playground, laser maze, toddler area, and arcade. The Port Jefferson location also has a small ropes adventure course. Indoor go-karts open up this spring at the Commack location.
A version of this post was published in 2017. It was updated February 2023 by writer Gina Massaro.
Photos courtesy of the venues